Computer Science - Courses

Graduates with a deep understanding of these technologies, along with the ability to develop robust software solutions in the modern digital world, are in high demand. Computer Science can be the gateway to a wide range of fulfilling careers, in a huge variety of different contexts, around the globe.

Course details

Digital technologies continue to develop at pace along with their potential to impact business and society.
  • Mode of study: 3-4 days campus
  • Intake: September, January
  • Course length: 3-4 years
  • Course fee: 13,905  per year
  • Location: Manchester
  • Entry requirements: GCSE: 5 passes at Grade 9-4/A-D or 32 tariff points

 University 92 Global

Course overview

A unique combination of theory and practice will empower you to: Confidently and competently develop software, Adapt to a wide variety of disciplines and decide your future direction, Apply your skills in practice in the workplace, Enjoy placement opportunities, Understand your leadership potential – and feel confident inspiring others to become their best.


Entry requirements


At UA92 the Computer Science degree has been co-designed with industry giant Microsoft, computer services provider Insight, coding bootcamp Code Nation, connectivity providers TalkTalk and the Technology team at KPMG. This truly innovative approach to curriculum development means students develop the practical skills required in the tech industry as determined by the industry itself that is underpinned by learning the theoretical knowledge. Leading experts at these organisations will provide regular guest lectures, masterclasses and mentorship, whilst also inputting into project work and providing regular time off-campus working directly in tech businesses on live projects and client briefs.


While engaging with this degree you will gain theoretical understanding of the topics you are exploring, you will also have opportunities to learn, develop and demonstrate a wide range of practical and applied skills and competencies.

Assessments will include individual and group work submissions and could be in the form of case studies, essays, reports, literature reviews, reflective logs and diaries, self and peer evaluations, group and individual presentations along with subject-specific skills and competency assessment.

  • Academic and English Skills
  • Introduction to Numerical Techniques
  • Introduction to Research
  • Introduction to Business Studies
  • Front End Development
  • Back End Development
  • Software Design
  • Computational Problem-Solving
  • Interactive Learning and Communication Skills (Integrated Year One only)
  • Cloud Computing
  • Cyber Security and Risk
  • Information Systems
  • Solution Architecture
  • Project
  • Global Intelligent Systems
  • Human Elements of System Design
  • Contemporary Issues in Computer Science